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back to '91 where his wife sought a divorce. she wrote, he start add using me, i did not take his gun, but he did not believe me. allman says she was jealous of his new relationship. yesterday morning he was discovered in sunnyvale. >> all three deputies at the scene fired shots and the subject was pronounced dead at the scene. >> reporter: the meeting going on inside the town hall is open and it could go two hours, four hours, it is being given to the company by the city of cupertino, take their time and get the job done. david louie is here. if some members of the kaiser family want to talk about what happened up there he will have that tonight at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >> >> oakland police have arrested a suspect in a robbery and shooting that left a woman seriously wounded and closed part o 580 for three hours yesterday. a gunman shot a woman in the legs after she refused to give up her purse. the shooter drove off, crashed on the 580 trance ramp and took off on -- on foot. chp searched the freeway causing major traffic delays for hours no word where the
'm cheryl jennings. more than 4400 military members have been killed since the u.s. went after saddam hussein and invaded iran during the bush administration. katie is here with more on the troop withdrawal. >> the headline from today was simple, all u.s. troops coming hope, as scheduled. in his second address to the nation in as many days, president obama gave military families a big reason to celebrate the upcoming holidays. an hour ago president obama announced there will be a complete u.s. troop withdrawal from iraq by the end of the year. december 31st, 2011 was set as the deadline in 2008. there was talk of leaving a small number of troops in country to help with security. today the president confirmed that will not be the case. >> the president: the last american soldier will cross the boarder out of iraq with their heads held -- border out of iraq with their heads held high knowing the american people stand united in our support for our troops. that is now america's military efforts in iraq will end. >> reporter: the president spoke with the prime minister of iraq. he said the
>>> good morning, thanks for joining us, i'm carolyn tyler. oakland raiders play in houston this morning. first game without their maverick leader al davis died yesterday at his home he was 82. the raiders released a statement on his website he was an innovator a pioneer with a deep love and passion for the game of football. his contributions to the game are i am numerable, his legacy will endure forever. that legacy has drawn fans to alameda to pay tribute to al davis. abc7's century yeo cantana has more. >> balloons and raiders' jersey. this is what raider nation continue to build. >> i feel like an orphan. i feel like a father of my football team just passed away. >> reporter: the death of al davis has made a rowdy group silent. fans bring flowers and add their signatures to a poster in honor of a man who turned the rough and tumble raiders into more than just a football team. to those devoted fans it's a way of life. >> how long have you been a raider fan, maybe 33 years. >> it's a 50 mile drive from fairfield they made, some decisions by him work with other fans. >> i w
uncertain and nervous when we got here telling us we needed to be near something we could duck behind in case he came out shooting. he was last seen in this hp parking lot behind me that is cupertino where he tried to carjack a woman, he shot her, she is in the hospital in fair condition, he didn't get her car, they den know. then he was last seen run -- they don't know why. then he was last seen running across the street into a sunnyvale neighborhood. for several hours been doing yard to yard searches with guns drawn and fingers on the trigger. they don't know for sure he's here. they say they will never know unless they look. they've ordered a shelter in place so residents are in the middle of this. many say it is terrifying. they became involved when they first heard the attempted carjacking in the hp parking lot. some told us they were willing to talk about it, they didn't want give their name. some didn't want to show their face. >> i heard three gunshots. i thought it was a car backfiring. then my wife said cars don't backfire three times. then i thought maybe the transformer ex
they weren't using live ammunition and no one was injured. bullet hole through a second floor window. >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: there was plenty to fix at the plaza, urine, feces, graffiti, needles, trash all had to be removed. all reasons why they say the occupies had to end yesterday. one hopes tonight's demonstration is peaceful. >> don't throw stuff. every time you throw stuff and there's a large amount of people they are going to gas us that drives people away. if we could go without getting gassed we take up two to three blocks. >> reporter: mayor quan is expected to talk to the media today. laura anthony is tracking that. nick smith is here ing on the demonstrations. next demonstration is scheduled for 6:00 tonight. -- terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >>> amy hollyfield joins us. you have been trying to find out about the use of force and possibly a response from the oakland mayor, any luck? >> reporter: no luck. we have heard the mayor is back in town. she was in washington, d.c.. she got back late last night. she did not return our calls all morning and hasn't made herself av
night. >> reporter: police are now telling us it with was a training exercise overnight that they never planned to sweep through this camp. but, everyone thought they were and it created quite a reaction here at justin herman plaza. as soon as word spread that police may be forcing people out of justin herman plaza the crowd here grew significantly. included city supervisors, a state senator and assembly member. demonstrators served as their human microphone as they addressed the crowd. >> do not need a violent confrontation. we look forward to working with everyone tonight. to get the message of occupy san francisco out. >> reporter: it appeared as if san francisco police were gearing up for something big. hundreds of officers were pull in overnight. and seemed to be ready to act on mayor ed lee's order to clear out this plaza because of sanitation and safety concerns. but they never showed up. which occupy sf protesters considered a victory. >> proceeded -- we succeeded in getting government and union support. and we succeeded in resisting police attacks. >> reporter: a police spokesm
came and went quiet limit today in fremont, one of the largest afghan populations in the u.s. took to the streets to mark the anniversary in their homeland. >> reporter: in the last ten years the united states has successfully basically dismantled al qaeda in afghanistan and this year successfully assassinated bin oa bin laden. but in talking to people here they say they have plenty of family still in afghanistan so they're monitoring violence, and they say they're calling for peace but acknowledge there's no easy exit from the situation. they're draped in scarfs and calling for peace in afghanistan. fremont has one of the country's largest afghan populations, so on the tenth anniversary of the war. >> the bare area -- the bay area has the largest afghan population, and fremont is the hub. >> says the u.s. has been in afghanistan too long and the military operations need to end. >> the only solution that we see is a nonviolent peaceful approach to the problems in afghanistan. >> demonstrators chanted and walked through the heart of little kabul in fremont, which muhammad has run hi
consultant sam singer. he tells us it is all a big unfortunate mistake. >> she was planning to do too many things at the same time. she had several cell phones, she went down to have a snack at the cafe there. she failed to go back to purchase the items, stepped outside the door, realized something was wrong, but before she had the opportunity to go back and correct her own mistake, security was there. >> he said his client would speak to us, but she hasn't responded so far. she posted $15,000 bail sunday and pleaded not guilty before a san francisco judge thursday afternoon. ironically the assemblywoman is married to alameda county superior court judge dennis hayashi. in san francisco, abc7 news. >> state finance director is facing a dui charge after being stopped on suspicion of drunk driving in sacramento friday night. -- thursday night. she is a top advisor to governor brown. she took responsibility for the incident. she said her actions were reckless and irresponsible. and there was no excuse for it. she said she called the governor to apologize. >>> for a second year a bar caught uns
's deadline to get out. and president obama says all u.s. troops will be withdrawn from iraq by the end of the year. >> good morning. skies are clear. temperatures are dropping. we will continue to see the numbers tumble for another hour or so. and then sunny, mild with above normal readings throughout the weekend. >> good morning, i'm terry mcsweeney. this morning hundreds of defiant occupy oakland demonstrators are hanging out, tents and all. they have ignored the latest warnings from city leaders to vacate saying they will not be forced from their peaceful assembling. >> the city spokesman said assembling is not the problem, the problem is growing rat infestation, trash and damage from the 11-day sleepover. campers stayed past the deadline last night of 11:00 p.m. they say police eventually will move in and force them out. >> police moved out 91 minutes ago to clear out illegally camping protest first city hall. they said two people were arrested and a third was cited about 4:30 this morning. police have not confirmed the arrests. the protesters say they will be posting photos online
of the war in afghanistan, and nearly 1700 u.s. troops have died there. in fremont, one of the largest afghan populations in the u.s., gathered today to mark the tenth anniversary of the war. we're live in fremont where opinions are mixed. >> reporter: and the loss of those troops that you mentioned is just part of the precious price the united states paid to make some very hard-fought gains. military leaders now say that al qaeda is essentially disrupted in afghanistan, and earlier this year, osama bin laden was killed. but for people in fremont who have family in afghanistan, some of them called for peaces, though they say that's a complicated goal. they're triped in sky-blue scarfs and calling for peace in afghanistan. fremont has one of the donary's largest afghan populations so on the anniversary of the war, organizes hope to brick peace. >> the bay area has one of the largest migrant community in the united states and fremont is the hub, called little kabul. >> says the u.s. has been in afghanistan too long. >> the only solution we see is a nonviolent peaceful approach. >> demonstrators
. the city manager tells us this was the decision made to alleviate any unnecessary conflict. >> it was best to avoid a so-called showdown. that was not in our interests or their interests. >> for city leaders this raises the usual concern of city codes cleanliness and safety but the city's decision to allow tents is an of working with the group to avoid the flairup witnessed last week in oak leafnltdz during -- oakland. >> we have allowed them to set up tents here at the property without a permit. so we didn't have that formal discussion at city council as far as taking formal action on what we will permit on the grounds. >> for observers, this encampment brings the movement to their home. >> universal healthcare and there's a lot of issues that they're working on. that's a couple of important ones to a lot of americans. >> even some who support the idea there remain key questions. >> they don't know what they're trying to change exactly, and who and how and why and all that stuff is all vague. >> reporter: in santa rosa, abc-7 news. >> city health and safety violation are threatening the e
and foreclosures. amy hollyfield joins us live. >> reporter: protesters feel pleased with what they've done here today. they've managed to shutdown thes with wells fargo branch offices. -- bank customers are not getting in the offices are open. police say some protesters agreed to move away interest those doors. they are blocking the brand. offices. protesters were arrested. wells fargo has not asked them to move the protesters in front of the branch doors. the movement went on the move today with a march straight through the financial district. the hundreds managed to temporarily take over drum street and then sacramento so they could be seen and heard. marching wasn't their main objective today. they were headed to a deck destination, the wells fargo bank on montgomery this is where protesters landed before 8:00 a.m. and cemented -- and settled in for the long haul. >> i would like to get in the building and do my job. >> reporter: instead, well dressed bank employees stood on the sidewalk and batched as protesters expressed their anger towards banks -- >> if you look at banks receiving a 30 b
to march tonight to protest against the use of force by the police department against them. they are getting a morale boost from michael moore. tomas ramon reports. >> occupy oakland! occupy everywhere! >> he fired up hundreds of people who packed the plaza. >> in my lifetime i have never seen a movement like this. with this many people all across the country! thank you everyone. >> while he was boosting morale. the police chief held a news conference inside city hold. chief jordan arrested vet between occupied protests and police. he did speak to his parents. >> i expressed my sorrow for what happened. >> the mayor says she has tried to talk to the occupied camp. they are asking why the tents are back since it cost so much in pain and suffering to remove them. a police officer was also injured on tuesday. >> we're not letting them but again we removed it was an issue of safety. i'm trying to meet with them. we don't want them to camp downtown. >> the tintsd are back up and they are calling a general strike for wednesday something that hasn't happened here since 1946. >> th
bixler and orwood roads. near discovery bay. passengers tell us they felt the train shutter. the impact scared passengers, some of whom panicked. this doctor helped a pregnant woman when the woman started screaming. >> we were so scared. and he said we have a pregnant sitting beside me and she was screaming with a panic attack. so i'm a physician so i tried to control her. >> it was panic. everyone is wondering what's going on, what's going on. no one heard anything for about ten, fifteen minutes when they announced it on the speakers. >> i was falling asleep. then i just felt the jerk and i was kind of like freaked out a little bit. >> just a little bit? >> well, a lot, actually. >> all of a sudden there was a sudden jolt, like we heard this loud noise and when we looked outside the train, while we were slowing down, all you could see is dirt and sparks and things of that nature going by. >> i was sitting in the window seat. i could just see the front of the truck and sparks and a lot of debris and everything in the air. >> the fire chief hugh henderson tells us 45 people have been inj
, please call the san lan -- san leandro police and help us solve this crime. that's my only child. >> a san leandro police tell us they did interview quite a few people at this party last night. but they're still trying to hammer down some key details, especially what led up to this shooting and who were the trigger people or trigger person, and they're also trying to figure out exactly who organized this party. they're hoping anyone who has any information will call the san leandro police anonmiss tip line, 510-577-3278. abc-7 news. >> alan: we have an update on a fatal shooting in san francisco. the medical examiner has identified the man killed last night in the city's bay view district. nick franken was shot several times on thomas avenue after he entered a liquor score. he later died at the hospital. the incident is under investigation. >> we now have a mug shot of the man accused of killing the leader of the san jose hells angels, ernesto gonzalez was arrested on the university of california san francisco campus. he is in jail pending extradition to nevada. police say gonzal
>>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. today the nation formally recognizes the contribution martin luther king with the dedication of a long-awaited memorial bearing his likeness and name. just moments ago president obama gave the keynote address, part of a three hour celebration, this is live look. let's listen what the president is saying. >> for those that are willing to work. in other words, when met with hardship, when confronting disappointment, dr. king refused to accept what he called the isness of today. he pushed for the oughtness of tomorrow. so as we think about all the work we must do, rebuilding an economy that can compete on a global stage and fixing our schools, so that every child gets a world class education. >> we are hearing the first black president honoring the legacy of a trailblazer, dr. martin luther king. 15 years after congress passed a resolution to build this $120 million tribute, five years after the groundbreaking and seven weeks after hurricane irene forced cancellation of the first planned dedication. thousands are there now
sweeney joins us with this information. >> reporter: san jose police are saying the person who they shot and killed sunday is a suspect, was a suspect in the killings of two san jose state students. we have video. the two students were shot and the person who was shot and killed sunday by police, was the suspect in their homicides. inside right now chief moore and the district torn rosen talking about the homicide -- and the district attorney rosen talking the homicides. the most recent shooting by police sunday a report of a suspicious person at the parkside terrace apartment complex. confrontation and police shoot and kill the suspect. the chief is expected to announce details on that, including with whether the suspect with was armed. there were only seven shootings by san jose police over two years, sixth year and three fatal. the chief is expected to offer one possible explanation. >> nationwide law enforcement community has seen an increase in officers being assaulted and kill. naturally, that may drive the numbers up. when an officer uses any type of force in their protection, tha
, tear gas was used. these pictures show a -- scene now more police protesters at this point. it has been peaceful for the moment. you can see it is crowded and there are pieces of tents in the center of that. it is a little chaotic. let's go to a -- amy hollyfield. >> reporter: good morning. they cleared out the plaza quickly. several hours later police are still here. so are the demonstrators. some here at the barricade watching it they've regrouped and scheduling a rally for 4:00 this afternoon. they say they may have gotten pushed out of the plaza this morning but they are not going away. occupy oakland protesters moved dumpsters in front of their camp's entrance when they heard police would be moving in to clear out their camp. the dumpsters did little to keep police from walking into the tent city 4:30 this morning and start making a rests. >> we had 30 that left on their own without incidents. as the officers moved in we arrested 75 people. >> reporter: early in the confrontation smoke and a chemical fill the air and an officer was overcome. police at the scene said protesters unle
in san leandro. >> reporter: police tell us this party was going on last night here at this industrial complex. one of the suites in this complex, and the three victims were shot to death here in the parking lot. that father we talked to says he is devastated at the loss of his 19-year-old daughter. >> roger keel says he woke up worried because his daughter had not return from a party. then he got a call from his sister about a story. >> there was a party in san leandro, and my daughter said the car -- the vehicle looked like my vehicle. >> this is keel's green ford explorer. he says his daughter, 19-year-old shen niece keel, borrowed it last night to take six friends to the party. >> i'm devastated. i'm looking at the car. i'm looking at my car. with bullet holes in my windshield where i sit. so i know my daughter suffered a horrible death. >> keel says two of his daughter's friends were shot to death. one of them, 16-year-old girl, the other a 20-year-old man. police say the gunfire started after the party let out between 1:00 and 1:30 sunday morning, and it may have been a traveling
at any moment. amy hollyfield joins us from fremont where she just talked to a family from libya. >> reporter: the family was proudly -- proudly has the libyan flag on display. family members stayed home from work they are too distracted, happy and overjoyed. they cannot stop watching the footage about gadhafi's death. the libyan exile didn't believe it until he saw the picture of gadhafi's bloodied body. that's when he really realized the nightmare was finally over. >> it with was a big relief. it has been overdue for 42 years. that's, you know, not a short time. it is a life. >> reporter: he came to the united states for college in 1974. once he graduated he wanted to return home, but realized he couldn't because of gadhafi's rule. his family is still there. during his reign, gadhafi took over his parents' business and threw his brother in prison. >> at within time he criticized the government -- at one time he criticized the government and they an used -- they accused him of trying to revolt against gadhafi and put him six years in prison. >> i have hate for him. iÑivéu desp
>>> good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. >> interstate 580 is open after being closed for ten hours during a police investigation. officers have arrested a transit driver on suspicion of murder and felony hit-and-run. they are investigating whether eddie hall of oakland deliberate rally ran down a motorcyclist with his van during a confrontation. it ended in 150th avenue in san leandro. now more from the scene. >> reporter: the twisted metal jammed in the front of this paratransit bus used to be a mc. this marks the end of a very long crime scene. >> the bus that was involved dragged the motorcycle for about a mile and came to rest after 160th on-ramp. >> the motorcyclist died in the collision and because of initial reports by witnesses, police are handling it as a homicide. >> i don't know if there was any communication between the two. it's unknown and suddenly the van turned and hit the motorcycle. >> investigators are interviewing the driver of the van to figure out if he intended to hit the cyclist. he was traveling with other pack of riders. >> there was a
>>> good morning, thanks for joining us. >> san leandro police are looking for two suspects in aj early morning shooting that has left three people dead and three hospitalized. police say all the victims were discovered inside an suv at a large warehouse complex at alvarado street around 1:30 this morning. that was the scene of a party that had been advertised on facebook. reports of shots fired as the party was ending. investigators have set up a special tip line for anyone with information. you see the number there. you do not have to identify yourself. >>> a massive policeman hunt has ended in mendocino county and residents are expressing relief. he was armed and dangerous and wanted for the murders of two local officials back in august. yesterday a police bloodhound tracked him down in the mendocino countywood we said. he was shot to death by members of a s.w.a.t. team. to mags ramon has details and reaction from fort bragg. >> 35-year-old aaron basler is dead. a sheriff is visibly relieved. >> this ends a 36-day terrorizing situation, more than 40 law enforcement agencies hav
officers cleared out an. a by theater, and denver police used pepper spray on demonstrators in the capitol. it's illegal to protest inside the building. there were seven arrests. >> in the south bay, monterey surfer is improving after surviving a serious shark attack. the bike parts indicate the culprit was likely a great white shark. here's the latest from monterey. >> in yet another clash between sharks and surfers, a california man was within a few feet of a shark attacking his friend. >> down on top of the wave, saw him screaming shark, shark, shark. i didn't know what was going on. >> brandon mcgiven was surfing with his friend, eric tarantino, 150 yards offshore, when a shark snuck up and attacked eric. bleeding and in harm's way, eric paddled for show. brandon swam ahead to get help. >> i looked over and i saw quite a bit of blood coming out his arm, and going into the water around him. >> amazingly, eric managed to get himself out of the water. other surfers forced him to the ground and tried to stop the bleeding with towels. he had gashes in his arm and his neck. with a narrow mis
. sergio is there live to show us how the fans and the raider players reacted. sergio? >> reporter: alan, this game wrapped up in the last hour and i have been watching a stream of smiling raider fans wearing their silver and black. this is an important win because raiders will celebrate every win. but it is especially important to those fans who specifically came here to pay their respects to al davis. on this game day the raider nation showed up with just as much volume as they bring to every match up. but on this the first home game since the passing of al davis, there is a special deference to the man who passed. >> he wants us to be ourselves. there is no logic. we are being who we are and honoring al. >> al davis has been gone a little more than a week, but on this day he was everywhere, on shirts, on faces, on posters, and even on this man's torso. hugo gonzalez says he got the tatoo after he learned of davis' death. >> why is it important to be here today? >> we are like the sons for him. >> before kickoff, the raiders were full of celebration and respect, especially those who wo
the streets again. they tell us to expect a lot of noise. >> what had been a civil occupation on the front steps of city hall became a signature oakland demonstration in the street. dozens broke off from their encampment to chant their multi-facetted message. this is a demonstration that was loud and confrontational but not violent. among those participating, stephanie and some friends who remained even after the march was over. >> i am part of this because we are a part of the 99% and everything is sort of set unlike we are at the bottom of the pile. >> with her, 86-year-old ruth mcgwire. >> people need to get outraged. i'm also really happy that young people are now fighting for their own futures and i'm really out here to support them. it's really their battle at this point. >> the only stop the group made was outside glen dive detention facility and continued back to city hall. for a while a short stand off was prompted as police in riot gear stood by after an effort at crowd control. a woman in the occupy oakland group put dust on officers' boots. these intense moments led to question
is defying a deadline to get out. president obama says all u.s. troops will be withdrawn from iraq by the end of the year. >>> good morning. waking up to a little bit of dense fog coastside but take a look, beautiful sunny start to your saturday and temperatures warming this weekend. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney. hundreds of occupy oakland demonstrators remain camped out at the plaza. they are ignoring warnings to vacate saying they will not be forced from their peaceful assembly. they say the problem is growing rat infestation and trash and physical damage from the 11 day takeover. they stayed past the 10:00 p.m. deadline but they believe police will use force to move in. >> at about 4:30 this morning, san jose police arrested two protestors and cited a third for illegal camping at city hall. lisa amin gulezian reports demonstrators are ready to fight the charges including having a legal team standing by after a similar sweep yesterday sent eight protestors to jail. >> our bail was $3500. >> the occupy san jose movement isn't stopping, even though san jose police arrested eight protestors for cam
brown. >> bob d.: i think if you're baylor, you may use this time-out right here. because this is the game. it's a fourth and legitimate two. i think art briles is letting that clock running down a little too much right now. >> bob w.: about to go inside 1:20 to go. fourth and two. they're three for three on fourth down today -- four for four pardon me. >> bob d.: you have to think the ball will be in robert griffin's hands, either run or pass right here. >> bob w.: batted down at the line! jordan voelker knocked it down! and kansas state is about to win it! >> bob d.: we came in here talking about contrasting styles. the flashy baylor offense, number two in the country, averaging 51 points. the methodical slow-paced kansas state. they're about ready to walk out of here with a big upset. >> bob w.: baylor will spend their last time-out with 1:05 to go. >> bob d.: a little surprised art briles didn't call time-out. he decided to go with the little jail break screen. usually you chop those defensive linemen on those plays. the offensive linemen get the hand
to us. mike calls it the beginning of his second life. bullet missed bone and he hasn't suffered any loss of movement or feeling. abc7 news. >>> friends and family came together came together last night to remember three people killed after a party in san leandro. the shots were fired in the parking lot. at least three people died killed leneasha northington, joshua alford and shan niece kei. officers say witnesses have stopped coming forward with information. they believe party-goers know who the shooters are and won't identify them. the police have released this sketch of a man they are calling a person of interest. >>> a federal crackdown on california's medical marijuana industry is infuriating some california lawmakers. an assemblyman issued a statement calling president obama's policies on medical mariano worse than president bush and clinton. that comes in response to what us attorney started earlier this week, they are taking steps to shut down large medical marijuana operations. >> reporter: the state
>>> good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. occupy oakland demonstrators are calling for a strike on wednesday city teachers say they will take part. that is the latest developments that included a march last night. during the march they squared off police to protest police use of force by officers. however, a group broke away and begin spray painting anti-slogans on buildings, breaking some parking meters and shattering the front window of a police recruiting station. tomas ramon begins. >>> a crowd that numbered close to one thousand people gathered at the plaza. before the march, they helped an open mic what was called a speak out on bay area police brutality. >> tonight there are all kinds of people talking about, for years in this city and dealing with the brutality that comes from the police. >> a couple dozen people shared their experiences and spoke out against tuesday's police action that left protestor scott olson and seven police officers injured. shawn is a local plum they're listened to tonight's speeches diploma there is a huge range i discus
people yesterday. terry mcsweeney joins us with more. a lot of unanswered questions about the case right now. >> reporter: there are. the search for sharif all man ended -- for shareef allman ended. according to the sheriff's office, this ended 7:20 this morning when a deputy on routine patrol spotted him in a driveway. this is an area which yesterday was declared safe by law enforcement. a number of south bay police agencies are confirming the man shot to death by deputies is in fact 47-year-old sharif william all -- sharif all man. >> deputies had an encounter with the man in this area and shots were fired. the person that they encountered is dead. his physical description is very similar to the suspect we were seeking yesterday. >> reporter: there had been an intense manhunt for allman since he opened fire yesterday in the plant where he worked and had reportedly been angered by his move to the night shift. he walked into a meeting and opened fire, killing three and wounding six. two hours later, he shot a woman after attempting a carjacking in a parking lot at homestead and tantau in
costa county. tomas ramon shows us the scene. >> amtrak train 718 was on its way to bakersfield when it hit a semi truck carrying corn. it happened near discovery bay. they say they felt the train shlter. this doctor has happened pregnant woman when she started screaming. >> everybody got so scared. and she had a pregnant baby-sitting beside me. it's sad. i tried to control her. >> everybody was wondering what was going on. nobody heard anything for about 10-15 minutes when they announced it. >> i was falling asleep. and i was freaked out a little bit or a lot, actually. >> all of a sudden there was jolt. we heard a loud noise. when we looked outside the train all you could see is dirt and sparks and things of that nature going by. >> i was looking out the window and is a could see a truck parked and there was a lot of debris. >> the fire chief says 35 people were injured. >> the people were injured from minor to moderate injuries were transported to local hospitals. >> a driver and passenger the truck hit were uninjured. >> on tuesday the palo alto city council will look at the safe
reaction to what our government officials in sacramento have done to us. we're not out here trying to intimidate anybody or anything like that. we're saying our government is making life difficult for us. we'll stay within the law. >> i will not be carrying but i have a long gun at home, a smith and wes son .40 caliber car bien because we're allowed to do that. >> i think it's a little scary. when you go out in public, going to public places like starbuck's, even to a 24 here, you don't want anybody carrying a gun, whether you think it's loaded or not. >> any time you see people in a suburban environment with a bunch of guns, i think it's kind of scary. >> reporter: after it was over, demonstrators walked across the street and piled into a kfc restaurant where they grabbed a drink and a bite to eat with weapons exposed for everyone to see. there was a similar demonstration in san diego today. police in san le an droa quietly watched the event from a distance. when the law goes into event, openly carrying a hand gun would be a misdemeanor. >> a woman who tried to help after a car cr
did arrest several occupy protesters during the night. katie marzullo joins us from the scene. the demonstrators are back. are police going after that guy on wall? >> reporter: hi. easy answer to that, no, they are not going to go after him. occupy san jose has been a small group just a handful gathered now. as of early this morning, the protest is on a new level. that is sean sitting or standing on that wall about three stories up. he dodged being arrested last night with four others who were taken away for camping. sean says he's not going to come down until his group is allowed to stay here day and night with the help of a temporary permit. his name is sean o'kelly. as of early this morning he's looking down on fellow occupy san jose protesters from a 60 foot high perch. >> we are standing on top of a mountain now if that snowball stars to roll it going to become an avalanche. >> reporter: she tell us sean has everything he needs and is staying put. police are okay with that, so far. >> we are not going to confront him and precipitate him jumping or falling to evade officer
as well as the other victims. >> i walked by and say oh my god that's where i used to live. i know some of the families next door. i wanted to make sure they were okay. >> don't know the names of the victims yet. their relationship to each other has not been verify. police believe they are related, but not sure how. police also say they phone a third person hiding in the home, a woman in her 30s. she was not injured. they have a witness who can tell them more. we don't know what the motive is. police are still investigating and gathering dna he have. we'll tell you more about that, as that evidence and that information becomes clear, -- once again two elderly people with stab wounds, one with life-threatening injuries. suspect was shot and also has life-threatening injuries. eric thomas, abc7 news. >>> in what is believed to be a bay area first oakland police officer's wearable video has captured footage from an incident in which he shot and killed an armed suspect. september 25th, the officer opened fire in the 9900 block of cherry street after he says the suspect threatened him with a
. we are showing the whole world and everybody back home watching us on tv how dedicated we are. >> they made a 14-hour drive from yak caw mow, washington to be here. and it is that dedication that touches the former raider players because of the complicated relationship davis had with fans. >> there are shirts out remembering him. even though they had their odds with him, they still support him. >> at this first home game since davis' passing, it is an opportunity for fans to show respect to the long-time leader. and it is a chance for players to reflect on the moments made possible by building the team. >> he was in a couple bowls and came close. it was the funest time in my career being in the silver and black. >> davis' son took time to mingle with fans for a few minutes before the game. joining him on the sidelines, oakland native rapper mc hammer and ice cube. >> even though i was from south central los angeles, he was always talking about the athletes that is going on now in south central and in los angeles. from the day i met him to the last day i seen him. >> in this co
and will it be safe? amy hollyfield has been at the scene all morning. she joins us live answers. >> reporter: we are 15, 20 minutes away from the far two lanes on the left opening up. caltrans has inspected the highway and feels confident it is safe to drive on. the far right lanes will be open -- won't be opening yet because they want to repair the guardrail that was damaged. they are hoping that will be completely open by 12, they are not certain at this point this has been a mess to cleanup. the big rig truck was the last of the three vehicles to crash in this chain reaction. it caused the most damage. the truck blocked all four of the southbound 101 lanes and the leaking diesel caught on fire. >> it looked like another vehicle involved in a separate collision which created another collision. >> reporter: the driver of the big rig was taken to the hospital with a woman driving one of the other cars. they are both pecked to be okay. thanks to another woman who ran -- ran to he did had the driver of the truck. >> a good samaritan pull the driver of the big rig from the fire. >> reporter: crews
. kristen sze is off today. >> amy hollyfield joins us from oakland. before you talk about the strike there appears there is a new victory for the occupiers regarding those medical supplies? >> reporter: right. city officials just returned medical supplies police confiscate last week when they cleared out this camp. not only were they returning the place they were busy responding to a threat to city hall. a threat that turned out not to be credible. an investigation griff action looked like -- aggressive action looked like the last thing on the protesters' mind this morning. but there were was support. people are not being allowed to walk into the front door. a private security firm has guarded throughout the building. the mayor's reception area is locked. a woman who works at the front desk spoke to us through the locked door. occupy oakland was quick this morning to deny plans to take over the mayor's office. >> someone got into our e-mail discussion group and then falsely released a press release saying we planned to sit-in at the mayor's office. it is not true. nothing like that.
but terrified. >> that environment was tenable for us. we have our masks, air, coats and helmets. for her, not so much. >> for me to communicate through my mask, i have you, you are safe. we are going this way. >> reporter: the women were safely outside within 90 seconds. firefighting efforts then began. after 13 years on-the-job, this was a first for engineer chris. >> i've been on fires where the victims aren't so fortunate especially this time of the night. >> all the badx4ú2 days you ha, this makes it worth it. >> reporter: both fire officials and a friend on the scene confirmed that the women are fine. they suffered minor smoke inhalation. as for the cause, at this point it appears to be an electrical malfunction in the attic. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >> what an amazing story. >>> san jose district attorney just announced the decision on whether he will reopen a controversial rape case against several de anza college students. >> reporter: he has decided not to file charges. the woman who said she was raped is disappointed that the district attorney cannot prove a crime was commi
demonstrators said u.s. troops out now. and 300 australians went over where it started on wall street. >> and 99% are two major events. first is march to times square and then a rally at j.p. morgan banks where they'll be closing their accounts altogether. >>> bay area occupied demonstrations heat up, as well. at noon, occupy san rafael plan to picket a bank of america branch. occupy santa rosa begins at 2:00. and oakland demonstrators plan to take their message through the streets again. here is more. >> reporter: what had been a civil occupation at the front steps of city hall begin a signature demonstration in the street. dozens broke off to chant and shout their multifaceted message. this was a demonstration that was loud and confrontational but not violent. among those is stephanie and friends that remained after the march was over. >> i am tired of this. we are art of the 99% we're at the bottom of the pile. >> with her 86-year-old ruth mcgwire. people need to get outraged but i'm really happy that young people are fighting for their own future. i'm really out here to support them. it's re
tackle, with the tackle for rutgers. glad you could join us from snowy piscataway, new jersey. we're at high points solutions stadium. 25th ranked west virginia has not been beaten by rutgers since 1994. they're marching for a possible go-ahead score with under seven and a half minutes remaining. just a yard shy. alston, we see where they spot him. ron harmon bumped him down. he'll be third and goal from the 1 yard line. handoff, alston. he's about a foot short khaseem greene prevented him from finding the end zone. >> ray: if i'm holgorsen i think about kicking the field goal and getting a tie. i know they're plenty of time left. they have six minutes and change, but if you don't push this thing in, it you could be in trouble. i take my points when i can get them. >> mark: going for it on fourth and goal. smith keeping it, headed towardsed end zone and he dives in. touchdown! logan ryan came flying in, but could not prevent geno smith from picking up his first rushing touchdown of the season, and west virginia leading. >> ray: that's all geno smith right there. didn't have anybod
the mayor's office she has too many decisions to make about occupy oakland to talk to us specifically about. but amy hollyfield did catch up with her at a separate event. >> reporter: we just wanted to ask you about -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: no comment on why -- why they are being allowed to stay there? >> we are only going to do bay bridge things. >> reporter: mayor quan is is going to find the problem is back again. right back where occupy oakland set up camp more than two ago, 30 tents have sprung up. this man slept without a sleeping bag. many hope to get back to the message. >> i've seen that not everyone in the america has the same chance towards success. the old pull yourself up by your boot straps is bull. >> reporter: the basic demand is that the whole -- >> the basic demand is that the whole system has to be changed from favoring corporations to people. >> reporter: scott olsen is the ex-marine injured tuesday night by a tear gas canister. he's now in fair question. mayor quan visited olsen released a statement saying she apologizes for what happened tuesday night. her attempt
frantic rescue efforts. some used bare hands to reach survivors. eye witnesses said screams for help were coming from beneath the piles of wreckage. this woman was rescued, the pain on her face, ang -- there was a lot of shaking, said this man. i have relatives here. i pray to god they will couple -- come out alive and well, this man said they'd been to several hospitals but hadn't found the friend. frequent aftershocks disrupted rescue efforts. turkey is one of the world's most active seismic zones. hundreds are hospitalized, and medical supplies are-under generally needed. by night fall, power saws were brought in to cut through the debris. darkness brought now difficulties. >> alan: the president pers me has called turkey's pret offering aide and assistance. president obama expressed his condolences saying, quote, we stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our turkish ally and are ready to assist the turkish authority. >> right now a rescue effort is underway off san francisco's pier 80. the court says two kayakers were caught in the wake of a tugboat and one was swept under the pier. divers a
offered grief counseling to deal with the situation. as they left employees declined to speak to us. >> mike ambrosio calls his survival the beginning of a second life. the bullet missed bone and not suffered any loss of feeling or movement. >>> friends and family came together last night to remember three people shot and killed after a party in san leandro. they gathered in the parking lot where two gunmen opened fire on a group of people killing three last weekend. they say an illegal early morning tattoo party erupted in gunfire. they believe party goers know who the shooters are and won't identify them. they have released this sketch of a man a person of interest. >>> governor jerry brown has until tomorrow to sign or veto a stack of bills on his desk. yesterday he signed off for californians to register to vote online for the election. leland yee authored the bill. jon he also signed 5 pipeline safety bills in response to the san bruno explosion. pg&e will be required to install shutoff valves. we'll have more on the bills he has signed so far coming up in about 30 minutes. >>
expect delays. early indications of what might have again wrong. amy hollyfield joins us from the scene. >> reporter: questions about how the two rains were on the same track going in opposite directions or why they crashed into each other. amtrak released a written statement. in that statement it says nothing about how this happened or what can be done in the future to prevent it. the two trains hit head-on. they were going in opposite directions on the same track. one pulling into the station the other was unloading. >> all of a sudden we hear this big explosion we thought waits a forklift. >> reporter: amtrak described the incident as a low speed crash those who experienced it says it was scary. >> i was on my phone then heard a big crash and didn't know what happened everyone got off the train. a couple people hurt. >> my brother fell off his wheelchair rolled back, got a nick on the face now he's in agony from his neck down to his back. >> reporter: 17 people were hurt. the injuries were minor from bumps and bruises to a broken arm. act tram isn't saying what caused the -- amtrak i
hollyfield joins us with the story. >> reporter: i asked him about that. police told me this -- there have been so many police involved shootings, they fear things are going to get more violent on the streets here. they say 3 to 4,000 parolees will be released in san jose [ inaudible ] the man was shot and killed on hillcrest around 6:00 this morning. officers think his criminal activity started on communications hill, 30 minutes before he was shot. there were reports of gunfire on -- the bullets hit a parked white nissan about 5:30. 6:00 police were called about a suspicious man. >> at that point they contacted a lone male armed with a handgun. officers saw some type of activity that suspect displayed with the handgun that led them to believe they were in danger for their lives. one officer fired striking the suspect. the suspect is deceased as a result. >> reporter: the man was shot and killed in a residential area full of apartment buildings and houses. >> i heard screeching noise and gunshots. and the cop sirens. >> reporter: the crime scene created confusion. the man was shot in front
occupied. the plan going forward is to occupy it for as long as it is available to us and to keep it open for others. >> reporter: security guards went in the hotel this morning and found no one. the guards her the sound of a door alarm suggesting protesters may have left. >> whether they are still occupying or not, i haven't heard this morning. >> reporter: across the street from charlie's hotel we found a group of tourists about to head home to france. they've seen the same thing home. >> these people, i think these people must sleep on the house not on the street. >> reporter: sutter health opens both properties and operates the california pacific medical center which plans a billion dollar facility at the cathedral hotel site. the san francisco police out here. i was talking to a spokesperson they are telling me even though this is going to be a lot of manpower, it is going to cost the city some money these incidents are generally done for publicity and they do not trash the buildings. cathedral hill hotel, going to be a medical facility and charlie's will probably not be trashed. ter
, they were matching us a little bit at the end. but the important thing is to get a win, learn from it and get better. that's what we plan to do. >> thank you. we'll see you down the road. congratulations. once again, the final score, virginia tech 38, miami 35. tune in tonight for "saturday night football" presented by southwest airlines on abc. ohio state number 14, nebraska at 8:00 eastern. for craig james and our entire crew, this is mike patrick. hope you enjoyed it. so long from blacksburg, virginia. a true legend of the game guiding the oakland radars look at ups and downs. sometimes crass, always controversial but he had a true love of the game. tonight we remember the owner of the oakland raiders. al davis. >> good evening, i'm animal wong. the bay sear and the nfl across the country lost a football icon today. long time raiders owner al davis died at home this morning. for more than four decades he was the heart and soul of the raiders franchise. mike schumer interviewed his countless times. he was up there with george halas, the steelers, art rooney. >> he's the last of a
: i don't thing so. i'm leigh glaser. those offshore winds helped to warm us up this weekend. temperatures still in the 70s and 80s across parts of the bay area. winds shift overnight. winds shift overnight. i'll wet through -- let you mmm... if i were cheese... i wouldn't want to let go of myself either. come try the cheese inspired dishes on our $2, $4, $6, $8 value menu. only at denny's. >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to >> alan: oakland police started cracking down on traffic and park violaters. one protester tells us officers have been issuing citations for anyone who tries to stop in a no-parking area. organizes collect donations from passing driver. the crackdown follows a warning from the police. >> san francisco "occupy" protesters couple to camp in the plaza at the foot of market street. the city announced the camp would be allowed to remain on a long-term basis, and workers even brought in portal toilets. >> san francisco ranks in the top four that the chamber of commerce doesn't want you to know about, the angriest city in america. th
unveil the new iphone? >> amy hollyfield joins us from outside the big event where the new chief executive is on stage now. >> reporter: great timing ladies. minutes ago he announced the brand new iphone 4. he says it looks the same as the iphone 4 but very different inside. he's going over the details now. not only has everyone been focused on what he was going to launch, but how? we are in cupertino instead of downtown san francisco. they are not life streaming online like they usually do. and of course a key person is missing, steve jobs. >> good morning. this is my first product launch since being named ceo. i'm sure you didn't know that. [ laughing ] >> it is a pleasure to host you today. i love apple. i consider it the privilege of a lifetime to have worked here almost 14 years. i'm very excited about this new role. >> reporter: cook taking over for jobs making his debut here today at this big launch. he the first hour talking apple's successes. he's definitely making everyone wait for the big announcement. he has bragged about apple's two new stores in china. the fact that
to figure out how to use the public space to support people doing occupy sf. because they have a legitimate reason to protesting. >> the plan is the next 10 months. whatever it takes, we are not going away. this movement is growing this is just the start. >> reporter: there were five arrests overnight, four for people blocking the street, one for battery on a police officer. we tried repeatedly today to get further comment from the san francisco police department on this alleged battery. our calls have not been returned. katie marzullo, abc7 news. >>> new poll shows san francisco mayor ed lee is on track to keep his interim job. the bay citizen poll shows leedom nating the field three weeks before the election. -- more than 31% say lee is their first choice under the city's voting process. city attorney herrera is second 8.5% and supervisor avellar third. if lee wins he become the first elected chinese-american mayor in a city that is 1/5 chinese-american and 1/3 asian. >>> president obama is pushing congress hard to pass parts of his jobs bill as he hit the road today. karen travers has mo
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